The institution publishes policies on the responsibility and authority of faculty in academic and governance matters.


Compliance Judgment:
  In compliance 

Narrative


The
UNC Code, Chapter V, Section 502D, part 2 requires the chancellor to ensure that a faculty senate has been established and that a majority of the members are elected from the faculty and by the faculty. As stated in the Code, the chancellor “must ensure the establishment of appropriate procedures within the institution to provide members of the faculty the means to give advice with respect to questions of academic policy and institutional governance, with particular emphasis upon matters of curriculum, degree requirements, instructional standards, and grading criteria.”  Evidence that the Faculty Senate carries out these responsibilities is found in Faculty Senate minutes.

East Carolina University, hereafter ECU or the institution, publishes policies that define the responsibility of faculty in academic and other governance matters in the East Carolina University Faculty Manual. The ECU Faculty Manual, Part II explains the role of the Faculty Senate and the Graduate Council in recommending academic policies for the University, subject to review and approval by the chancellor and to serve as an advisory and consultative council to the chancellor and other administrators.  In addition, ECU Regulation REG01.15.01 Formatting, Adopting, and Publishing Policies, Regulations, and Rules establishes a procedure by which the Faculty Senate can recommend new administrative policies, rules, or regulations (PRRs) or recommend changes to existing or proposed administrative PRRs. The faculty role is defined in each policy and described in this narrative: 

  • Curriculum recommendations
  • Academic Program recommendations
  •  Hiring of faculty and administrators
  • Annual review and five-year review of administrators by faculty, administrators, students, and other campus constituencies as appropriate
  • Annual review of faculty
  • Tenure and promotion policies and procedures
  • Performance Review of Tenured Faculty
  • Standing committees
  • The Faculty Senate and its role in University governanceAdditional faculty governance matters

Curriculum Recommendations

Faculty members in departments, schools and colleges ordinarily initiate changes to their programs' curricula, including creating new courses, changing existing courses, banking existing courses and eliminating existing courses. The role of the faculty is defined by the Faculty Manual and by the  Curriculum Development Approval Process, the Undergraduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual and the Graduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual.

Proposals are reviewed by the faculty of the department, school or college, and the college curriculum committee.  Undergraduate proposals are reviewed by the University Curriculum Committee (UCC course proposal form, UCC signature form, UCC completed course proposal form, UCC completed signature form), and the Faculty Senate.  Graduate course proposals are reviewed by the Graduate Curriculum Committee (GCC course proposal form, GCC signature form, GCC completed course proposal form, GCC completed signature form) and the Graduate Council and then presented to the Faculty Senate for formal advice. Final approval rests with the chancellor. Prior to approval by the chancellor, all proposed curriculum changes are reviewed by the Academic Council (Provost, the Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences and the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies).  Courses that receive general education (Foundations Curriculum) credit must be approved by the Foundations Curriculum and Instructional Effectiveness committee (Foundations Curriculum and Instructional Effectiveness Committee - Request for Foundations Credit form; completed Request For Foundations Credit Form).

Academic Program Recommendations

Recommendations addressing degree programs and non-degree certificate programs, such as the creation of new programs, changes to existing programs and changes in degree program requirements may be initiated by the faculty members of a department, school or college or by members of the ECU administration.  Program planning is governed by the Faculty Manual, Part VI, Section VII, the Undergraduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual and the Graduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual. These documents define the role of faculty members in program development. Proposals initiated by the faculty are reviewed by departments, schools, colleges, the Educational Policies and Planning committee and the Faculty Senate. Prior to approval by the chancellor, all proposed curriculum changes are reviewed by the Academic Council (Provost, the Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences and the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Studies)  Final approval rests with the Chancellor.

The UNC Board of Governors has the statutory responsibility to authorize the establishment of new degree programs and the discontinuation of existing degree programs.  Procedures for planning and obtaining authorization for new degree programs, discontinuing programs, and establishing distance education programs are described in the Academic Planning, University of North Carolina – General Administration’s website. In accordance with the Board of Governor’s policies, proposals for new programs can be made by the faculty at the departmental, school or college level, are approved by the department, school and or college.  Academic programs are further reviewed by either the University Curriculum Committee or the Graduate Curriculum Committee, the Educational Policies and Planning Committee, the Faculty Senate and, in the case of graduate curriculum, also the Graduate Council, and then to the Faculty Senate for formal advice.  Finally, the proposals are submitted for approval to the Chancellor.  The policies for the Approval Process for Curricular Development require direct faculty participation at several levels.

Hiring of Faculty and Administrators

The policy on the Appointment and Review of Administrative Officers at ECU as approved by the Board of Trustees, provides no formal role for faculty in the hiring process for academic administrators. Faculty may be and generally are appointed to search committees for chairpersons, directors, deans, academic vice chancellors and the chancellor, at the discretion of the administrator conducting the search. The appointing officer is required to seek faculty input on the candidates for the position.  The policy specifies that “The hiring of administrators is the primary responsibility of the hiring officer, with appropriate input of from relevant constituencies” and “it is the responsibility of the appointing officer to select the top candidate from all campus finalists, based on both feedback from all relevant constituencies and the appointing officer’s assessment of the leadership characteristics of the finalists.”

The policy on appointment of faculty is found in the Faculty Manual, Part VIII, Section I. This policy gives faculty members responsibility for recommending position descriptions, for conducting searches for new faculty members and for recommending individuals for a faculty appointment, including recommendations concerning title or rank and the length of the probationary period in the case of tenure-track appointments.

The Faculty Manual, Part VIII, Section I describes the general criteria for each faculty title or rank.  Faculty members form search committees that solicit applications, review applications based on objective criteria, invite candidates for interviews, and then recommend candidates for initial appointment.  The individual unit personnel committee is responsible for initiating a recommendation for hiring a candidate, with their recommendation going to the unit administrator.  The Office of Equity and Diversity provides supervision and other assistance regarding the non-discrimination of any screening process, following the EPA Recruitment Compliance Review Process.  The Faculty Manual, Part IX, Section I, describes the general procedures for hiring a new faculty member, and unit codes of operation individually describe the process for advertising and recruiting faculty members specific to the individual discipline. 

Annual and Five-Year Reviews of Administrators

East Carolina University conducts annual and five-year reviews of administrators. The Board of Trustees Appointment and Review of Administrative Officers at ECU is the policy for administrator review, and the Implementation Guidelines for Administrative Reviews in Accordance with Board of Trustees Policy provides the procedure for conducting the annual and five-year reviews.  The policy specifies that “the appointing officer will conduct annual written evaluations of each administrator. . . . Each annual evaluation will be available for the five year review” and “should identify elements of leadership development, areas of strength and needed improvement, and how to achieve better performance of the leader.” Annual surveys of the chancellor, the provost, the vice chancellor for health sciences, the vice chancellor for research, all academic deans, all academic directors, and all chairpersons are distributed by Institutional Planning, Assessment, and Research.  The faculty role in the annual reviews is in creating Faculty Manual, Part IV, which provides guidelines for unit codes and responsibilities of code unit administrators (who could be department chairs, directors, or deans depending on the level of the unit with the unit code).  The faculty of a unit also create the unit code, which implements the code unit administrator responsibilities. Faculty also have an opportunity to provide input on annual surveys.

A five-year review of administrators is also conducted based on the Board of Trustees policy Appointment and Review of Administrative Officers at ECU.  The five-year review follows the Implementation Guidelines for Administrative Reviews in Accordance with Board of Trustees Policy approved by the Chancellor.  Some faculty members are appointed to the five-year review committee.  Faculty members not appointed to the review committee participate in the five-year reviews by providing input to the review committee.  The review committee presents its report directly to the appointing officer.  The five-year review is the responsibility of the appointing officer, who determines its conduct, conclusions, and necessary actions resulting from the review.

Annual Review of Faculty

ECU’s faculty evaluation policies are contained in the East Carolina University Faculty Manual, Part VIII, Section III, in individual College documents and in each school and department’s unit code.  Part VIII of the Faculty Manual was written by faculty on the Faculty Governance Committee (see Standing Committees below) and approved by the Faculty Senate, the Chancellor, and the Board of Trustees.  Each unit code is written by a committee of faculty in the unit and approved by the tenured faculty of the unit, the Unit Code Screening Committee (see Standing Committees below), the Faculty Senate, and the Chancellor.  The information contained in Part VIII of the Faculty Manual and the faculty member’s unit code are made available to all faculty at the time of employment and can be accessed online (Faculty Manual online, unit codes of operation). These policies address the evaluation of all faculty, full-time or part-time, regardless of contractual or tenured status, and the method of delivery of instruction (face-to-face, distance learning). (See the report for ComprehensiveStandard3.7.2).

Tenure and Promotion Reviews 

The institution’s tenure and evaluation policies, procedures and criteria are governed by 3.7.2 1 UNC policy manual 100 1 and 3.7.2 1 UNC policy manual 400 3 of the University of North Carolina Policy Manual. ECU’s tenure and evaluation policies are contained in Faculty Manual, Part IX, and Faculty Manual, Part X, in individual College documents and in each school and department’s unit code.  Part IX of the Faculty Manual was written by the Faculty Governance Committee (see Standing Committees below) and approved by the Faculty Senate, the Chancellor, the Board of Trustees, and the UNC General Administration.  Part X of the Faculty Manual was written by the Faculty Governance Committee and approved by the Faculty Senate, and the Chancellor.  Each unit code is written by a committee of faculty in the unit and approved by the tenured faculty of the unit, the Unit Code Screening Committee (see Standing Committees below), the Faculty Senate, and the Chancellor. The information contained in the Faculty Manual is made available to all faculty at the time of employment and can be accessed online (Faculty Manual online, unit codes of operation).  (See the report for ComprehensiveStandard3.7.2).

Performance Review of Tenured Faculty

Faculty members who hold permanent tenure are evaluated every five years, according to the Policy for Performance Review of Tenured Faculty, explained in Part IX, Section II of the Faculty Manual.  Part IX, Section II of the Faculty Manual was written by the Faculty Governance Committee (see Standing Committees below) and approved by the Faculty Senate, the Chancellor, the Board of Trustees, and the UNC General Administration.  Faculty members who have completed the five-year process for Performance Review of Tenured Faculty receive signed copies of the performance reviews placed in their personnel files.  (See the report for ComprehensiveStandard3.7.2).

Standing Committees

Faculty Senate standing committees make recommendations on academic policy to the Faculty Senate. Recommendations approved by the Senate are forwarded to ECU's Chancellor and, when necessary, to the Board of Trustees and the UNC General Administration for final approval. Standing committees and their charges are listed below.  Guidelines for Faculty Senate committees are contained in Section IV of the Bylaws to the Faculty Constitution, contained in Part II of the Faculty Manual.  The Faculty Senate elects the regular members of each committee, and ex-officio members are appointed by the Chair of the Faculty, the Chancellor, and administrators with responsibilities directly concerned with the operations of the committee.  Probationary term (tenure-track) and permanently tenured faculty are eligible to serve as regular members on Faculty Senate committees.  Regular committee membership is limited to faculty members who do not hold an administrative appointment above the level of department chairperson.

Part II of the Faculty Manual details the organization and function of the faculty, and the organization and function of the Faculty Senate.  The Faculty Senate receives information and reports from all standing committees.  Each standing committee has a set charge and list of duties.  Complete descriptions of memberships, charges and duties for each committee are detailed on the Faculty Senate web page under University Standing Committees.

Among the standing committees, those listed below are particularly relevant to this SACS standard:  

Committee Name

Function

Committee on Committees

The committee considers the overall structure of all Faculty Senate committees, the membership of these committees, and continuity within the membership of each committee. The committee studies and evaluates the functions of the Faculty Senate committees and recommends changes in these functions as well as the creation of new committees and the elimination of old committees as deemed necessary or desirable. At the Faculty Senate organizational meeting each spring the committee recommends to the Faculty Senate slates of candidates to fill vacancies on all committees except Agenda, Committee on Committees, Due Process, Grievance Board, Hearing, and Reconsideration.

Due Process

The committee is convened to consider any matter associated with a faculty member’s request for a hearing regarding discharging form employment, suspension, or demotion in rank or imposition of serious sanctions. The committee makes recommendations to the Chancellor.

Educational Policies and Planning

 

 

 

 

 

 

The committee considers the adequacy, balance, and excellence of all of the University’s undergraduate and graduate programs relative to accepted academic standards. This consideration shall cover the undergraduate and graduate programs as problems or concerns arise. The committee advises the Chancellor on the educational policies and organizations, goals, standards, and procedures of the University following such consideration, as outlined above , or as requested otherwise by the Chancellor or the Faculty Senate. The committee reviews information concerning proposals for all new curricula, programs, and academic policies, or for revisions in all existing policies, prior to the implementation of such proposals in the long-range planning of academic programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, the various professional schools, the Graduate School, and the Division of Continuing Studies.  The Committee uses the University Academic Standards and Resources as the basis for its reviews. The committee acts upon requests for permission to plan and establish all new degree programs and requests for permission to establish new minors.  The committee shall use the University Academic Standards and Resources as the basis for its review. The committee advises the Chancellor of action to be taken if the University experiences financial exigency, or in the event that a major curtailment of an existing teaching, research, or public service program is considered (ECU Faculty Manual, Appendix D. Tenure and Promotion Policies and Procedures).

Faculty Governance

The committee considers matters relating to Appendix A. Faculty Constitution and By Laws, where there is no conflict with the functions of the Committee on Committees. The committee considers matters relating to Appendix C. Personnel Policies and Procedures for the Faculty of East Carolina University, Appendix L. East Carolina University Code, and other governance documents specified in other committee charges. The committee considers policies and procedures related to initial faculty appointment,tenure, promotion in rank, merit, (see Appendix D. Tenure Policies and Regulations of East Carolina University), and other such matters as may pertain to the general well-being of the faculty, e.g. sexual harassment policy. The committee advises the Chair of the Faculty regarding the contents of the Faculty Manual. The committee considers matters relating to unit re-evaluations. The committee shall review personnel policies and procedures Appendices C and D). This process shall occur every five years,beginning September 2003.

Faculty Grievance

The committee is convened to address faculty grievances through a formal procedure that includes access to mediation or direct review, and the potential for a committee hearing of the grievance. The committee makes recommendations to the Chancellor.

Faculty Welfare

 

The committee considers programs and policies relating to insurance, annuities,  leaves of absence, and all other programs and policies which affect the general welfare of the faculty or of specific faculty members. The committee reviews policies related to faculty salaries and fringe benefits and reports annually to the Faculty Senate on these topics. The committee recommends new programs and policies related to faculty welfare and revisions to existing ones.

Foundations Curriculum and Instructional Effectiveness

The committee recommends policies to improve and advance faculty teaching and student learning, promotes teaching excellence, and recommends means to identify faculty teaching success. The committee assists units requesting aid in developing teaching evaluation instruments for personnel decisions, including development of peer review instruments for teaching face-to-face and distance education courses.  The Committee recommends policies and programs to improve the physical environment in which teaching occurs. The committee provides a forum for faculty opinion concerning the design of new academic buildings and renovation of existing academic buildings.  The committee makes recommendations regarding foundations curriculum requirements and The committee recommends curricular changes in the Writing Across the Curriculum Program, Honors Program, and Foundations Curriculum.

Grievance Appellate Board

The committee is convened to address complains from students, faculty members, staff, and administrators or visitors regarding sexual, racial, or ethnic harassment or discrimination by East Carolina University Faculty members of administrators with faculty status. The committee makes recommendations to the Chancellor.

Hearing Appellate

The committee is convened to consider any matter associated with a faculty member’s request for a hearing regarding non-reappointment or notice of non-conferral of permanent tenure at the completion of the probationary term. The committee makes recommendations to the Chancellor.

Reconsideration Appellate

The committee is convened to consider any matter associates with a faculty member’s request for a hearing regarding termination of faculty employment. The committee makes recommendations to the Chancellor.

Unit Code Screening

The committee reviews academic unit codes and changes to existing academic unit codes to insure compliance with the ECU Faculty Manual and policies, “General Guidelines for Writing and Revising Unit Codes” (adopted by the Faculty Senate), the Code of the University of North Carolina, and other appropriate documents. The committee revises the “General Guidelines for Writing and Revising Unit Codes” when necessary.

University Budget

The committee serves as a communication link between the Faculty Senate and the Chancellor for budgetary matters. The committee informs the Faculty Senate about changes and proposed changes in the university budget. The committee receives information and advises the Chancellor regarding budgetary and reallocation decisions including the lapsed salary budget, the carryover budget, and the biennium budget requests. The committee advises the Chancellor on annual budget priorities and policy, biennial budget requests and priorities, tuition changes, and the relationship of budget decisions to the university’s mission.

University Curriculum

The committee considers undergraduate courses (through 4000-level) and programs and has the responsibility of assuring the quality of course offerings. The committee recommends policies and procedures governing the acceptability of programs and courses. The committee reviews requests for permission to establish new degree programs and requests to establish new minors. The committee reviews and acts on proposals for new courses and programs and modifications of existing programs, the banking and deletion of courses (and programs), and standards and requirements for admission to, and retention in, degree programs. The committee considers other items that affect the curriculum of undergraduate programs. The committee acts on recommendations from the Council of Teacher Education regarding proposed changes in teacher education requirements.


Complete descriptions and memberships are available on the University Web page on
University Standing Committees.

Graduate Faculty Governance

Part II, Section IV of the Faculty Manual includes information pertaining to the organization, functions, and other guidelines for the Graduate School and governance of graduate faculty matters.  The Graduate School utilizes the Graduate Council, the Graduate Council Executive Committee, and the Graduate Curriculum Committee for a variety of functions.  The Graduate Curriculum Committee reports all recommendations to the Graduate Council. Recommendations on new programs, new certificates, new concentrations, degree title changes, and moving or discontinuing programs will be reviewed by both the Graduate Council and the Educational Policies and Planning Committee (EPPC) who then reports to the Faculty Senate. Complete descriptions of memberships, charges and duties for the Graduate Council, the Graduate Council Executive Committee, and the Graduate Curriculum Committee are detailed on the Part II, Section IV of the Faculty Manual.

The Faculty Senate and Its Role in University Governance

One of the most important vehicles for the support of faculty governance in University affairs is the Faculty Senate. The Constitution of the Faculty Senate states the following:


The purpose of the faculty organization shall be to provide the means by which the faculty is enabled to fulfill its function with respect to academic and educational policies and other affairs of East Carolina University.
  The faculty organization shall be comprised of the general faculty and the Faculty Senate.  The general faculty shall be the general electorate, and the Faculty Senate shall be a legislative and advisory body representing the general faculty and shall consist of elected and ex-officio members.  The functions, duties, and privileges of these two bodies, stipulated in the following document, shall be exercised under the authority of the Chancellor of East Carolina University.

The Faculty Senate and the various committees on which the faculty serve shall be the primary media for the essential joint effort of faculty and administration in the government of East Carolina University.  The Chancellor and the Chair of the Faculty shall facilitate communication which will enable continuing and effective faculty participation.


Available on the
Faculty Senate Web page are the Faculty Manual (including its constitution and bylaws), agenda, and archived minutes.

After each Faculty Senate meeting, any resolutions passed (such as in the April 2011 meeting) are forwarded to the Chancellor for consideration (memo and resolution).  The Chancellor reviews the resolutions and responds to the Senate as noted in the Chancellor’s memo

Additional Faculty Governance Matters

Other policies and committees that involve faculty in the governance of academics and faculty matters include the following:

  • Ad hoc task forces are often formed to make recommendations or prepare responses regarding matters of immediate need. Examples of ad hoc task forces include those involving the creation of the new Honors College, the enrollment task force, the budget input task force; the fixed term task force. Typically faculty nominations for these committees are solicited from the Chair of Faculty.
  • SACS reaffirmation.  Faculty representatives are included on all councils and working groups.
  • First year experience. These committees are filled with faculty volunteers.

As illustrated by the examples discussed above, East Carolina University publishes, in a variety of appropriate ways, policies that describe the responsibility and authority of faculty in academic and governance matters.

 

 Documentation

Reference Title

Location

Academic Planning, University of North Carolina-General Administration 

UNC-GA Academic Planning

Appointment and Review of Administrative Officers at ECU

3.7.5 Appointment and Review of Admin Officers

Approval Process for Curricular Development

Part V - Curriculum Development

Committee on Committees

3.7.5 Comittee on Committees Charge

Comprehensive Standard 3.4.10 Responsibility for Curriculum

ComprehensiveStandard3.4.10

Constitution of the Faculty Senate

Faculty Manual part2

Curriculum Development Approval Process

Curriculum-Development-Approval-Process

Due Process Committee

3.7.5 Due Process Committee Charge

ECU Faculty Manual, Part II

Faculty Manual part2

ECU Regulation REG01.15.01 Formatting, Adopting, and Publishing Policies, Regulations, and Rules

3.7.5 ECU REG01.15.01

Educational Policies and Planning Committee

3.7.5 EPPC Charge

EPA Recruitment Compliance Review Process

3.7.5 EPA_Recruitment_Compliance_Review_7-15-10

Faculty Annual Evaluation Form

3.7.2 7 FACULTY EVALUATION form

Faculty Annual Evaluation Form Policy

3.7.2 8 USE OF EVAL FORM

Faculty Governance Committee

3.7.5 Faculty Governance Committee Charge

Faculty Grievance Committee

3.7.5 Faculty Grievance Charge

Faculty Manual online

Online Faculty Manual

Faculty Manual, Part II, Section II, Bylaws Section IV

Faculty Manual part2

Faculty Manual, Part II, Section IV

Faculty Manual part2

Faculty Manual, Part IV

Faculty Manual part4

Faculty Manual, Part VI, Section VII

Part V - Curriculum Development

Faculty Manual, Part VIII, Section I

Faculty Manual Appendix C

Faculty Manual, Part VIII,  Section III

Faculty Manual Appendix C

Faculty Manual, Part IX, Section I

Faculty Manual Appendix D

Faculty Manual, Part X

Faculty Manual part10

Faculty Welfare Committee

3.7.5 Faculty Welfare Committee Charge

Faculty Senate Web Site

Faculty Senate webpage

Foundations Curriculum Approval Form

3.7.5 Foundation Form

Foundations Curriculum and Instructional Effectiveness Committee

3.7.5 Foundations Curr and Inst Eff Comm Charge

Foundations Curriculum and Instructional Effectiveness Committee - Request for Foundations Credit form

3.7.5 Foundation Form

Completed Request For Foundations Credit Form

3.7.5 SOCI 2010 Foundations Form

Full-Time Fixed Term and Part-Time Fixed Term Evaluation

3.7.2 5 fixed term eval example

Graduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual

Graduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual

GCC Course Proposal Form

3.7.5 GCC Course Proposal Form

GCC Completed Course Proposal Form

3.7.5 Grad-PADM 6101_Proposal

GCC Signature Form

3.7.5 GCC Signature Form

GCC Completed Signature Form

3.7.5 Grad-PADM 6101_GCC_Signature form

Grievance Appellate Board

3.7.5 Grievance Appellate Board Charge

Hearing Appellate Committee

3.7.5 Hearing Appellate Committee Charge

Implementation Guidelines for Administrative Reviews in accordance with Board of Trustees Policy

Implementation Guidelines for Admininstrative Reviews with Board of Trustees

Office of Equity and Diversity

3.7.5 Office for Equity, Diversity and Community Relations

Performance Review of Tenured Faculty

Faculty Manual Appendix D

Progress Toward Tenure Letter

3.7.2 18 prog towards tenure letter policy

Reconsideration Appellate Committee

3.7.5 Reconsideration Appellate Committee Charge

SACS Comprehensive Standard 3.7.2

ComprehensiveStandard3.7.2

SACS Comprehensive 3.10.2

ComprehensiveStandard3.2.10

Tenured Track Annual Evaluation

3.7.2 6.1 tenured fac eval example

Tenured Track Evaluation

3.7.2 6 Ten Track eval example

UNC Code, Chapter V, Section 502.D, Part 2

3.7.5 UNC Code V.502.D

UNC General Administration Web page

UNC-GA Academic Planning

UNC Policy Manual, Chapter 100.1

3.7.2 1 UNC policy manual 100 1

UNC Policy Manual, Chapter 400.3

3.7.2 1 UNC policy manual 400 3

Undergraduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual

Undergraduate Curriculum and Program Development Manual

University Budget Committee

3.7.5 University Budget Committee Charge

Unit Code Screening Committee

3.7.5 Unit Code Screening Committee Charge

Unit Codes of Operation

3.7.5 Unit Codes of Operation

University Curriculum Committee

3.7.5 UCC Charge

UCC Course Proposal Form

3.7.5 UCC Course Proposal Form

UCC Completed Course Proposal Form

3.7.5 UnderGrad-CMGT4310_Proposal

UCC Signature Form

3.7.5 UCC Signature Form

UCC Completed Signature Form

3.7.5 UnderGrad-CMGT4310-UCC_Signature_form

University Standing Committees

Faculty Senate University Committees